No matter how much I eat (and I love to eat when I say that), there’s always room for dessert. Dessert doesn’t go to the stomach, it goes to the heart, and more so when the dessert in question is cake/pastry. Dessert is undoubtedly the most important part of a meal.
Talking of desserts, cakes have been my forever favorite, and I know I’m not the only one. The first thing we think about on a special occasion is cakes! No occasion is complete without cakes. There’s something about the flavored sweet bread topped with cream or chocolate that has so many of us drooling! To give your cake experience an update for the better, we bring you 10 Best Bakeries in Delhi-
10. Red Moon Bakery
Red Moon Bakery specializes in Canadian baked treats. It was opened in 2007 by David and Anna Hambly from Canada. At Red Moon Bakery, their passion is to eat good food for pleasure. According to the reviews of the bakery, everything you try here is good, especially the Carrot Cake. Their Peanut Butter Brownie and Breads are also a must try. They keep adding new delicacies to their menu and even have a home delivery option.
Location – Okhla Industrial Area, Okhla Phase 2, New Delhi
Cost for Two – INR 400 (approx)
9. For God’s Cake
A newbie in the bakery business, For God’s Cake has become a quick favorite for many people. What can be better than a bakery that is also a café? The ambience is beautiful and contributes to a great setting. The USP of this bakery is its location and the super affordable prices. There are a variety of dessert options to choose from and everything you try will be worth your money. The café food is as amazing as the bakery products; so now you know where to hang out next when in North Campus.
Location – 2521, Hudson Lane, GTB Nagar, Delhi University
Cost for Two – INR 500 (approx)
Established in 2009, Whipped is a dessert boutique that combines food and lifestyle aiming to provide flavor, innovation and expertise. Whipped specializes in authentic cheesecakes and handcrafted desserts. It is one of the most loved dessert parlors in Delhi. They have a superb variety in cheesecakes and cakes which taste delectable. The prices are on the higher side, but every penny you spend here is going to be worth it. Their Red Velvet Cheesecake is known to be the best in the city. Their desserts taste best with Whipped Hot Chocolate or Baileys Cappuccino.
Location – E-556, Greater Kailash (GK) 2, New Delhi
Cost for Two – INR 550 (approx)
7. Choko La
If you love chocolate and have a sweet tooth, Choko La is the place for you. The ambience is cute, to say the least, though the seating capacity is limited. It was started in 2005 to introduce superior quality and beautifully crafted premium chocolates in India. While chocolate is the star at Choko La, other delicacies are equally scrumptious. They even bake beautiful customized cakes for special occasions, which taste as good as they look. The signature hot chocolate is a must try.
Location – Vasant Kunj, Delhi
Cost for Two – INR 800 (approx)
Wenger’s is one of the oldest names in town. They’re the pioneers of Swiss confectionery in India. It was established in 1926 and has maintained its standards for the past 90 years. They regularly introduce new items in their menu to cater to the ever changing needs of people. The seating area is limited but the place is always crowded, owing to the quality and taste of the food items they serve. The Plum Cake and the Choco Éclair are a must try.
Location – A-16, Connaught Place, Delhi
Cost for Two – INR 400 (approx)
5. Defence Bakery
Defence Bakery has been serving since the 1960s. Famous for their taste and quality, they have it all – Cookies, Muffins, Cakes, Desserts, Breads. The cakes are full of flavors and aromatic. They pay special attention to the freshness of their food items and ensure that the customers get value for money. Lemon Meringue Pie and Oreo Cake are a must try. Defence bakery is the ideal place for a quick nibble at pocket friendly prices.
Location – 34, Defence Colony Market, Defence Colony, New Delhi
Cost for Two – INR 400 (approx)
L’Opera is a high end, authentic bakery and pastry house that specializes in French products. They serve a variety of bakery and confectionary items ranging from cakes, pastries, teacakes, quiches, macaroons to breads, vienneses, sandwiches, biscuits and assortments. They offer one of the best bakery products in the city. This pastry shop is one of its kinds, and their cappuccino coffee is highly recommended. Their pastries are so authentic and yummy that they even have a branch at the French Embassy. The bakery is a bit pricey, but their delicacies are worth trying.
Location – Khan Market, Delhi
Cost for Two – INR 1,200 (approx)
3. Elma’s Bakery
A dessert is supposed to be as appealing to the eyes as it should be to the tongue. Elma’s Bakery scores high both on taste and presentation. Elma’s is the pioneer of the red velvet movement in the city. The vintage interiors are a sight to behold. The variety of snacks and desserts that they offer are a heavenly delight. The feel of the place is very tasteful with dazzling music playing in the background. The Victorian Sponge, Apple Walnut Cake and the Red Velvet Pastry are a must try.
Location – 31, 2nd Floor, Hauz Khas Village
Cost for Two – INR 2,000 (approx.)
2. Angels in my Kitchen
Angels in my Kitchen is a bakery and patisserie chain with 10 outlets across Delhi NCR. They aim to provide the best of bakery at reasonable prices. They are one of the few bakeries that provide dine-in facility. Their pies are to die for. The cakes and pastries they serve are fresh, moist and tasteful. They offer a range of lip smacking delicacies that you must try – Apple Crumble Pie, Cartoon Pastries, and French Hearts. You would surely come back for more.
Location – Shop 31, Defence Colony Market, Defence Colony, New Delhi
Cost for Two – INR 350 (approx.)
1. The Big Chill Cakery
Anything you associate with Big Chill can never go wrong, least of all their cakery. The Big Chill desserts have always been popular, and the cakery just escalates the oomph. The space and seating facility is limited, and the place is always crowded. As they say, good things come in small packets. The place is an absolute visit for all dessert lovers. The prices can be a bit overwhelming, but owing to the taste and the overall experience, every paisa is worth it.
Location – Main Market, Khan Market
Cost for Two – INR 700 (approx.)